Posts Tagged ‘Oceans Ate Alaska’

NEWS: Neck Deep, Citizen, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!


A small handful of bands were confirmed to join Slam Dunk Festival just the other day as part of the Fearless Invasion tour, but now the organisers have confirmed yet another batch of acts to compose the 2017 edition of the bill.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Neck Deep, Citizen, Memphis May Fire, Set It Off and more.

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NEWS: I Prevail confirm headline one-off London show for May 2017!


Detroit, Michigan based metalcore newcomers I Prevail have confirmed that they’ll be performing a one-off headline show in London at the end of May just after wrapping up their freshly announced appearances at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival bank holiday weekender.

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NEWS: First wave of bands confirmed for UK Tech-Fest 2017!


Keeping their annual tradition of showcasing some of the world’s best technical metal acts in check, the organisers of UK Tech-Fest have confirmed it’ll return once again next year, with the likes of The Black Dahlia Murder, Obscura, The Arusha Accord, and more confirmed on the bill.

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NEWS: Emmure confirm headline UK tour for January 2017!


Having played a few shows as part of the Impericon Festival earlier this year following a mega line-up shift, Emmure have confirmed they’ll be returning to the UK once again as part of a headline tour across Europe in January. The tour, titled the Torch The Earth tour, is also speculated to be the title of the band’s forthcoming seventh record.

You can find all UK dates of the tour listed below:

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VIDEO: Oceans Ate Alaska – High Horse


Tech metal Brits Oceans Ate Alaska have unveiled their new music video for ‘High Horse’.

The song is lifted from their 2015 LP ‘Lost Isles’ (Fearless Records), and you can stream and watch the video below:

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NEWS: Oceans Ate Alaska confirm headline UK tour for June 2016!


Having spent several months touring up and down the US, British metalcore troupe Oceans Ate Alaska have just confirmed details of headline tour across the UK this June, which the band have confirmed will be their only UK shows of the year. Support for all dates will come from Fathoms and Loathe.

You can find all dates of the tour listed below:

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VIDEO: Cabin Boy Jumped Ship – Replace The Hate (feat. James Harrison)


Leicestershire based electronicore outfit Cabin Boy Jumped Ship have just unveiled a video to accompany ‘Replace The Hate’, the latest cut from the band’s upcoming sophomore EP, ‘Pathways’. The track also features a guest vocal appearance from Oceans Ate Alaska frontman, James Harrison.

You can stream and watch the video below:

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LIVE: Hit The Deck Festival @ Nottingham (26/04/2015)

Date: April 26th, 2015
Venue: Various Venues, Nottingham

After a stint at its second home in Bristol yesterday, Hit The Deck Festival has returned for yet another year in its original home of Nottingham, though has been cut down from seven stages to just four over the twelve months since it last came about. Still, with a headline slot from Skindred on the cards, the smaller dose could still carry the same punch.

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NEWS: Hit The Deck Festival confirm more acts for 2015, including Hacktivist, The Xcerts & Hundredth!

Nottingham and Bristol based festival Hit The Deck has announced its second wave of bands for 2015, to join the likes of Skindred, While She Sleeps and Cancer Bats who were previously announced on the bill. The festival will take place on April 25th in Bristol and April 26th in Nottingham, and you can find a list of the new additions, alongside a poster featuring the full line-up so far, below:

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ALBUM: Oceans Ate Alaska – Lost Isles


Release Date: February 23rd 2015
Label: Fearless Records


A plate spinning tirade of modern metallic flavours, ‘Lost Isles’ is a seething, gale force sonic storm of a debut. Taking us on a scorched earth thrill ride between all four corners of contemporary metal’s rich tapesty, Oceans Ate Alaska‘s strident disregard for the rulebook may take a minute to digest, yet once we pass up any notions of box fitting and pigeon holing, the Brummie quintet’s bug-eyed violence takes form as a thoroughly hair-raising delight.

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